How to Organize Yourself Using Multiple Browsers

Believe it or not, you can use more than one browser for your daily web use, such as one for business, work and school, another for general use, one specifically for your social life, etc. This can make each of those jobs easier, since you won't have to crawl through Facebook links to do stuff for your job. This article will go through the process of setting up a browser this way.

Steps

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    Decide what you use the internet for every day. Do you use it only for one purpose, or do you use it for many things? If so, group them together on a list. This could look like:
    • Work and School
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    • Facebook and Twitter
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    • Games
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    Get more browsers. Windows systems usually come with Internet Explorer, and Macs usually come with Safari. You can use these for one purpose, then use other browsers for the others. Some good ones include:

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    Configure your browsers. How you do this is completely up to you, but a possible school setup could include bookmarked links to the school website, teacher websites, sites you go to for homework help, and a site to go check grades at. If one browser is for games, it could have any tool bars you need, and one for Facebook could have all the links to your friends and whatever else saved on it.

Tips

  • In case you don't know, a web browser is the application you use to actually view the web, not a search engine (such as Google), as many believe. If you click on a blue E to go to the internet, then you're using Internet Explorer.

Warnings

  • Browsers take up space, so try to keep the load to 3 maximum.

Things You'll Need

  • Internet Connection
  • At least one browser to start with
  • Links

Article Info

Categories: Internet Browsers